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Image: New research asserts that aiming for x-rays with better images can lead to increased exposure (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

The Advent of DR Could Lead to Collimation Creep

The switch to digital radiography (DR) can result in "dose creep," in which radiation levels slowly increase over time as radiographers try to produce better image quality. More...
04 Jul 2019
A new production method generates medical grade Mo-99 (Photo courtesy of iStock).

New Production Method for Medical-Grade Radioisotopes

 A novel technique enables simultaneous production of molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) and other isotopes without the need for highly enriched, weapons-grade uranium. More...
24 Jun 2019
Image: New research shows machine learning can reduce the number of mammograms a radiologist needs to read (Photo courtesy of HealthManagement.org).

Machine Learning Helps Improve Mammography Workflow Efficiency

A team of researchers from the University of California Los Angeles has demonstrated that machine learning can reduce the number of mammograms a radiologist needs to read by using a machine learning classifier to correctly identify normal mammograms and select the uncertain and abnormal examinations for radiological interpretation. More...
22 Jun 2019
Image: A radiation exposure reduction system that uses AI (Photo courtesy of Omega Medical Imaging).

Protective Shield Reduces Fluoroscope Radiation Exposure

A novel radiation exposure reduction solution designed for interventional X-ray imaging benefits both patients and staff. More...
12 Jun 2019
Image: The Sellafield nuclear reprocessing facility in the UK (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).

New Method Evaluates Historical Radiation Exposure

A new study describes how a mathematical model can be used to build a more reliable picture of early Plutonium workers' radiation exposure. More...
05 Jun 2019
Image: A new study suggests that shielding patients undergoing diagnostic x-rays could be counter-productive (Photo courtesy of Rebecca Milman Marsh / Shutterstock).

New Study Questions Benefits of Patient Shielding during Imaging

A new study claims that patient shielding in diagnostic imaging provides negligible benefits and actually increases risks. More...
16 Apr 2019
Image: A new study claims that artificial intelligence (AI) software can help identify pacemaker information faster than current methods (Photo courtesy of iStock).

AI Improves X-Ray Identification of Pacemakers

Artificial intelligence (AI) software can help determine the make and model of implanted cardiac rhythm devices (CRDs) more accurately and quickly than current methods, according to a new study. More...
09 Apr 2019
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